Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Humour, Tragedy, Drama
Mitsuki's alter ego Fullmoon gets a new producer - Dr. Wakaoji, who is treating Mituski's cancer! Before he got his medical degree, the doctor played keyboard in the legendary band ROUTE L with Mitsuki's father. Can Mitsuki find out more about her Dad without breaking her cover as Fullmoon? And will newly exposed secrets about Takuto's past destroy his present friendships?
Love love love Fullmoon O Sagashite! The characters's emotions are just so real and so true - and many relationships are put to the test. So I'm just going to jump into this review telling you this series is a must for all manga-lovers and even ones who want to try it out. Because you won't be dissapointed.
Many relationships are put to the test as the story goes along - Mitsuki and Eichi, Meroko and Takuto, Mitsuki and Takuto, Meroko and Izumi, and so much more. Everything is struggling to do what they came to do - whether that's helping or hurting Mitsuki.
Mitsuki's courage is so real, how she will do everything just for Eichi. She loves him so much that she would do anything for him. Takuto will do anything he can to protect Mitsuki, too, and I really love their comfortable relationship. I think that Meroko has mad eosme bad decisons in the past, but she will find love one day, and I think Izumi is PERFECT for her. Jonathan is great comic relief; he's just so funny.
Dr. Wakaoji is so close to finding out her secret, and if he does, what could happen? So everybody's on the edge of their seat, hoping he won't find out anything - hopefully. Takuto's old memories were so real, and I love that about the author. She isn't afraid to show the feelings through all the characters, and reading the sidebars really shows how much she cares about her characters.
At the end of the novel, you get a shock. Trust me, it's huge. It changes the entire manga series, and it all goes different from here.
Likes: Mitsuki + Takuto, Takuto, Dr. Wakoji + Ms. Oshige (Mitsuki's manager), Izumi + Meroko, Meroko's innocence, the feelings and emotions
Dislikes: Nothing. :)
*Note: This manga contains some mature content such as some language and is rated 13 and up for themes of death.
**Note: If you want to start the series, start with Full Moon O Sagashite.